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Corporate Tax Advice
Through his extensive corporate client base, Leon van Baal has profound knowledge of Netherlands corporate tax issues.
30% Ruling for your Employees and Split Payroll
Under certain conditions, employees hired from outside of the Netherlands, a special tax ruling exists called the ‘30% ruling’. The 30% facility ruling is a Dutch tax incentive to attract foreign employees with specific skills or expertise to work in the Netherlands.
All foreign nationals, with the exception of EU, Swiss and Norwegian nationals, require work authorization to undertake working activities in the Netherlands. The Netherlands offers various immigration options.
Dutch Social Premiums
Migrantic will be happy to advise (employers of) persons working in or migrating from or to the Netherlands on their Dutch social security status, including the EU A-1 (formerly E101) document for international secondments.
Corporate Migration Tax Planning
We have extensive practical experience regarding corporate migration tax planning and we are naturally happy to advise you on this subject. Very often existing foreign companies (i.e. their effective management or corporate seat) are migrated to (immigration) or from (emigration) the Netherlands.
We do provide payroll services for international clients ourselves, and we also have an extensive network from which we can select the best alternative at very competitive rates in other cases.
Corporate Income Tax Returns
We have been preparing Netherlands corporate income tax returns for international and national clients since 1990 and we have a well-established relationship with the Dutch tax authorities.
Tax and Accounting Compliance
Compliance with local accounting legislation, standards and reporting timeliness is an important requirement in the Netherlands. With the speed of change in the tax and accounting laws in Netherlands, it may be difficult for companies to stay on top of changes both to the laws and their application in tax filing and compliance procedures.
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